I'm sorry you felt attacked, but I totally get it. I felt the exact same way after my "Black Cauldron" analysis—that I was being called onto the carpet and being belittled for expressing my opinions, like they were somehow objectively 'wrong' or just plain 'stupid'. I also remember thinking that it completely drained any motivation (or joy) I had to do the next analysis. I remember feeling like: "Hey, I don't HAVE to do these analyses! Why am I putting in extra work just to get dumped on?" and I seriously considered just dropping out of these analyses altogether. I also felt like it made my next analysis much weaker because I kept second-guessing what I was saying and if it was stupid or wrong. Everyone feels dumped on at some point, but I do want to say that I read ALL of your analyses and I found them FASCINATING and, even more important, EDUCATIONAL!! And if you can get a college professor to admit that he/she learned something from a student, then you've really accomplished something great! Don't get discouraged, I think you took our discussions to a higher level and I enjoyed it quite a bit! Thanks.